Newsletter 3rd June 2021
Kia ora Musselburgh Whānau,
I hope everyone managed to stay warm and dry this last weekend and that any friends or whānau in the Canterbury region are safe and well. Just a reminder that this weekend is Queens Birthday so school is closed on Monday 7th June
In this newsletter:
Keeping Ourselves Safe Programme
This programme is in its second week with assistance from Gwen, our Police Education Officer. We would encourage you to talk with your children about what they have learned each week. More information is on the Keeping Ourselves Safe website Click here or there are leaflets and information at school. Please let your child’s teacher know if you would like some sent home.
Home And School Association
The Home and School Association met after school on Monday and the following events discussed:
Year 5 and 6 Outdoor Education Programme
Today is the final day for the year 5 and 6 students at Moana Pool for their dive, snorkel, kayak and IRB lessons. From next Thursday the cohort will be taking ice skating lessons at Dunedin Ice Stadium.
This is a challenging, confidence building and fun programme - we need adult help to supervise students - if you are able to help, please contact your child’s teacher. A notice has been sent home via Seesaw regarding ice skating.
Reporting and Parent Interviews
A mid-term progress report will be available for your child at the end of term 2 and parent interviews are being held early in week 2 of term 3 - the dates for these are to be confirmed
Important Term Dates
Monday 7th June - School Closed - Queen’s Birthday
Thursday 10th June - Community Movie Night
Monday 5th July - Matariki Celebration
Friday 9th July - Onesie/PJ Day and the last day of term 2
Monday 26th July - first day of term 3
Tumuaki / Principal